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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL.
E
isenberg
, A
zriel
and
G
o odm a n
, H
a n n a h
G
rad
.
Eyewitnesses to Am e r i­
can Jewish history: p a r t one. From the co lon ia l p e r io d through the
R e vo lu t ion , 1492-1793.
New York, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, 1976. 86 p. Paperbound.
Selection of documents reflecting moods of participants in the
respective events, (ages 12 and up)
E
lk ins
,
Dov
P
eretz
.
Shepherd of Jerusalem; a b iography of R a b b i
Abraham Isaac Kook .
Illus. New York, Shengold, 1976. 136 p.
Rabbi Kook managed to be constantly active in daily personal,
social and political problems, while maintaining his scholarship
and piety. His life story is convincingly related by the author,
(ages 12-16)
E
lon
, A
m o s
.
Understand ing Israel.
Illus. with photographs. New York,
Behrman, 1976. 242 p. Paperback.
A social studies approach to Israel that is eminently readable and
organized according to concepts, (ages 12 and up.)
E
nglander
, L
ois
,
et al.
The Jewish holiday do-book.
New York,
Bloch, 1976. 172 p.
Jewish concepts are concretized in this activity book. The
meanings of the holiday are imparted by sewing, baking and
various craft projects for the youngest in the family, (ages 3-7)
E
p st e in
, M
orris
.
P ic ture parade of Jewish history.
Illus. by Maurice
del Bourgo and F. L. Blake. New York, Bloch, 1976. 125 p.
(Paperbound reprint)
Great moments in Jewish history told in text on one page and
as a cartoon strip on the opposite page, (ages 8-15)
E
v e nhu is
, G
ert ie
.
What A bou t Me?.
Illus. by Ron Stenberg. New
York, Thomas Nelson. Tr. from Dutch, 1976. 96 p.
In Nazi occupied Amsterdam, 11-year old Dirk proves that he
is not too young to fight the enemy, and is instrumental in provid­
ing safety for an orphaned Jewish child. Pervasive sense of time
and place, (ages 10-13)
F
elton
, H
arold
W.
Deborah Sampson: so ld ier of the R e vo lu t ion .
Illus. by John Martinez. New York, Dodd, 1976. I l l p.
Deborah Sampson, the first woman to bear arms in the United
States Army, is also the subject of Ann McGovern’s
The secret
so ld ier
(Four Winds, Scholastic, 1975). Felton's book contains
the same information but is not as well written or illustrated,
(ages 10-16)
F
aber
, D
oris
.
Bella Abzug.
New York, Lothrop, Lee &: Shepard Co.,
1976. Illus. with photos. 162 p.
The personality of a dynamic, colorful but oft controversial